It is common to find radiators with the thermostat thoroughly, and sometimes the button "fair" so we forced.
We must believe that some compare the thermostat to a tap and believe that the more you open, the more it heats.
But that is not the case: we know that a thermostat is an "automatic switch" that turns the current on and off when a certain temperature level is reached.
In other words, a resistor always heats to full power when it is supplied with electric current.
Put the thermostat to the bottom is to no longer have a thermostat, so conso excessive since no limit.
If an electric heater seems insufficient, it would be better to add another radiator, or even an auxiliary radiator. Or better isolate or reinforce the insulation.Suggest a tip for this theme